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  CBS    CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley    News/Business. Scott  
   Pelley.  (2012) New. (CC) (Stereo)  

    December 10, 2012
    5:30 - 5:59pm PST  

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us a bullet-proof vest for the trip thewithin minutes it became erystal clear why. ( gunshots ) >> hold on, something's up. r: reporter: a block away, this man was a target. >> he just shot at me right there! >> man with a gun. man with a gun. >> reporter: that's the fleeing suspect. >> stay in the car. >> reporter: okay. >> reporter: the commander and his men ran down the suspected shooter. >> he's in the backyard! >> reporter: 21-year-old julian gayles. police think the shooting probably was gang-related. >> it looks like a baretta, 9 millimeter. if you can see the hammer it means he just shot it.
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s reporter: chicago's police say they've seized more gun this is year than new york and los angeles combined but the violence here is still so bad arat heavily-armed police now have to attend gang funerals to prevent revenge killings. is this a solvable problem or do you just try to maintain a certain level of calm? >> i don't want to maintain. i want to win. so we're going to always try to do better than we did before. >> reporter: it didn't get much bet they are weekend. among the victims, an off-duty cop. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago s, pelley: tonight, the world waits for more information on nelson mandela's condition. we'll take you there. take you there. both of us actually. our pharmacist recommended it. and that makes me feel pretty good about it. and then i heard about a study looking at multivitamins and the long term health benefits. and what do you know?
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leaders of the anti-apartheid movement. he is 94 years old. he was taken to the hospital saturday for tests. mark phillips is in pretoria. mark, what's the latest? >> reporter: well, the latest is the latest of a series of government medical bulletins on eds condition, all of them quite reassuring, that there's no cause for alarm that he's here for tests, in good hands, that kind of thing. .ut because they're not very specific, that's led to speculation as to why he's here. ion last time we saw him-- we were one of few people privileged to witness him eelebrating his 94th birthday with his family-- he appeared physically robust but mentally res quite detached it seemed from everything going on around ite. but physically okay. und, clearly something has happened lately that precipitated the decision to eding him up to the hospital tre in pretoria and people are understandably very concerned about that. >> pelley: mandela left the presidency nearly 14 years ago. what does he mean to the country
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now? >> he is still the iconic personality that the new south africa is based on. ms you want to think of it in american terms, he's kind of a combination of george washington thomas jefferson, and martin eather king. sd not only for leading the liberation struggle at great ast to himself, of course, he was in prison for almost three decades, but also the reconciliation that followed it. when he became president, when he brought all economic and racial strata of this society together here. m he very much personifies the idealism of the new south africa af a lot of people fear that when he goes, he'll take that with him. >> pelley: mark, thank you very much. mu this country, in the race to reach the century mark, women are way out in front of men. according to a report from the census bureau today, for every 100 women who live to be 100 there are fewer than 21 men. of course, that gives the men the advantage in finding a date.
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there she was with her note pad in the emergency room seeing waves of the injured and the d. one of them a little girl who deed jumping rope -- died jumping rope.
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>> . >> she was assigned to write an eyewitness account. the article sat for 71 years until the washington post lend of it and published it sunday. in it, she describes how bodies were lain on slabs. her editor thought women were not ready for tease facts. >> he thought they had to have something to cling to, to stay home and behave themselves. >> at that point, though, your argument was what? >> we deserve to fight along with the men. it was our country. our families, our enemy. we wanted to be part of it. >> this is betty the spy. >> yeah. >> she certainly became part by leaving the paper and joining the war-time spy service oss, the office of strategic service which became the cia. >> you were a spy convincing the japanese to surrender? >> yeah.
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>> yes? >> uh-huh. yes. and then i went to china to do the same thing. >> and that's how she responded to the challenge of pearl harbor. like everyone else in america she knew this was the fight that would change her life. wyatt andrews, cbs news wood bridge virginia. >> that's the cbs evening news for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. i allowed allen martin. unusual protest popping up in bay area cities.
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voter vigils appearing outside lawmaker offices demanding a deal to avert the fiscal cliff. tonight it looks like they are going to be there for awhile. going over the fiscal cliff we will have a ripple effect starting with the state's education budget. phil matier on the threat facing students staid wide. >> if washington doesn't come up with a deal it is not just the federal government that will be going over the fiscal cliff. we were told today that without a deal the states could lose upwards of $7.5 billion. >> we are going to invest in our schools. particularly special